Embracing the Season

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As summer comes to an end and cold weather takes over, it’s easy to feel blue. We begin to think about how much better life was when it was warm- counting down the days until 70 degree weather comes back.

Every year, winter takes a huge affect on my well-being. I dread leaving the house, cancel plans often, and fall into lazy routines. Now that autumn has begun, I already feel myself falling into this trap.

I fear the cold weather and all it brings.

This blog post is as much for me as it is for others. I refuse to feel how I usually do in the painfully cold weather.

That being said, my motto for this fall & winter is-

“there is a season for everything”

I can’t control the weather. I will learn this year to embrace the season for what it is. Each one brings a unique gift. It is unhealthy to spend my life wishing for one season.

To help prevent this fall/ winter sadness, I am creating a bucket list for each season, My hopes are that it will help me get in the true spirit of the season. Feel free to use it as well!

Fall Bucket List

– Apple-picking

– Carve a pumpkin

– Eat a carmel apple

– Hay Ride

– Cook a fall meal

– Read a book by a campfire

– Have a friendsgiving

– Send out letters of gratitude

– Go leaf stomping

– Go to an outdoor movie and bring blankets

– Drink a hot chocolate

– Road trip

Winter Bucket List

– Go sledding

– Try snowboarding for the first time

– Build a snowman with friends

–  Bake and decorate cookies

– Volunteer

– Take up a craft and make gift baskets

– Go to a light show

– Roll around in the snow

– Listen to christmas music

– Travel somewhere

– Bake treats for family and friends

I choose to be excited for cold weather this year! I have a bucket list to cross-off now.


Let me know if I should add anything to it. 

Thanks for reading & happy cold weather!

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